Tagged: Media

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How to use Newsstream for newspaper research

There are many reasons you might need to do research in a newspaper archive. You might be interested in how an event was reported in London versus Glasgow vs New York. You might be...

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Spotlight on media journals

The University Library has a wealth of resources, both online and in print, which you can use when researching for your assignments. Here are lists of some of the most recommended journal titles in...

Get the most out of your library service: “Key resources” pages

Help to get the most out of your library service here at the University of Sunderland: Key Resources for your subject. Key Resources pages are available for subjects taught at the University of Sunderland....
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Qualtrics Basics

You might be asked to use Qualtrics as part of your course, especially if you are undertaking a survey for your dissertation. Qualtrics is a tool that helps you build online surveys and gather...
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Finding open access academic research (without needing to log in)

*This post has been edited following the resolution of IT issues that the University experienced in October 2021.* Next week is Open Access Week all over the world, but at University of Sunderland we're...
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Box of Broadcasts help videos

How are you getting on with using Box of Broadcasts? Isn’t it a brilliant resource?! For anyone who hasn’t discovered it yet, Box of Broadcasts (often know as BoB) is an on-demand TV &...